Washington Law Review
The purpose of this article is to offer a fresh assessment of the right of privacy. It begins with discussion of the privacy norm, drawing on our ordinary judgments and experiences to clarify and elaborate the interest persons have in privacy. It then reviews some of the Supreme Court's reasoning on privacy, explains the Court's confusions, and proposes a way that we and the Court might think more clearly about these difficult matters.
Thinking Clearly About Privacy,
55 Wash. L. Rev.
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